“There’s something about smelling bread that touches the atavistic impulses inside of us and comforts us.”
Meet Judith Norell, the baker and owner of Silver Moon Bakery, a small neighborhood bakeshop located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. For Judith, baking bread is a calling – it’s not work to her – it’s more like her art and her joy. It’s fun watching her get lost in it too. She’s so poignant about something so seemingly simple. And when Judith talks about bread, her face lights up! It literally lights up. You’ll see it happen in the first few moments of the video. It’s the coolest thing. To find so much passion in someone’s eyes, it’s moving…
Silver Moon Bakery’s baguettes are, hands down, my favorite baguettes in New York City. There’s nothing like ‘em. To me, they have the perfect texture, perfect flavor and crunch. I hope you stop by to pick up a baguette or two. You won’t regret it!
So, enjoy the story. This is my birthday story. My birthday post as a shared present to myself and to you. Making people feel special is the best feeling in the world. It’s why I tell stories – and I feel so lucky I get to share what I love doing most. xx
2740 Broadway (at the corner of 105th Street)
New York, NY 10025
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